- Building managers
- Facilities managers
- Facilities co-ordinators
- Maintenance managers
- Project managers
- Technical managers
- Facilities supervisors
- SHE representative
- Persons responsible for maintaining health and safety in the workplace
TRAINING COURSE OVERVIEW
- Mathematical and communication literacy at NQF level 2
The Occupational Health and Safety Act, 85 of 1993’s Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (HIRA), is vital to ensure health and safety within the workplace. Employers must prove that they acted responsibly, ensuring they have put measures to prevent accidents and preserve health for their workforce.
Our facilitators presenting the HIRA training programme are health and safety experts working in the facilities management and built environment sector.
The specified requirements include legal and site-specific requirements relating to:
- Health and safety agreements
- Codes of practice
- Standard task procedures
- Risk assessment procedures
- Occupational health and safety risk management programme
- Managerial instructions
- List of recorded OHS risks
- Working guide/permits
- Equipment and materials specifications
Upon completing the programme, the delegates will be able to:
- Explain the legal and specified requirements for conducting continuous risk assessments
- Prepare to perform a continuous risk assessment
- Conduct an ongoing risk assessment
- Initiate remedial action and follow up on continuous risk assessment
- Legal Compliance and HIRA
- Plan & Conduct Risk Assessment
- Remedial & Follow-up Action
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COVID-19 OHS COMPLIANCE
All venues used for the facilitated training format have been inspected and are compliance with COVID-19 Government and Hospitality Industry Standards.
Delegates are responsible to provide their own cloth face mask and wear it for the duration of the training programme.
A Health and Safety Induction will be done at the beginning of the training and enforced throughout the contact days.